PHOENIX. Konzert für Changjun Xu

Mo 25.03.201919:00

Im Rahmen des Besuchs von Changjun Xu, Rektor des Tianjin Conservatory of Music und der Tianjin Juilliard School, gestaltet die MUK ihm zu Ehren ein Konzert, bei dem unter anderem seine Komposition PHOENIX zur europäischen Erstaufführung gelangt.


Programm:

Yun I-sang (1917–1995)
aus Vier Chinesische Bilder (1993)
     Nr. 1: Der Besucher der Idylle

Pilar Lucía Díaz, Blockflöte


Domenico Scarlatti (1685–1757)
Sonate h-moll K 87

Paulina Zmuda, Cembalo


Rob du Bois (1934–2013)
Pastorale VII (1964, Improvisationen von Pilar Lucía Díaz)

Pilar Lucía Díaz, Blockflöte


Domenico Scarlatti (1685–1757)
Sonate C-Dur K 502

Paulina Zmuda, Cembalo


Ignazio Sieber (ca. 1680–1757)
aus XII. Sonates à une flûte et basse continue
     Sonate a-moll
          3. Satz: Largo ceciliana
          4. Satz: Allegro corrente

Pilar Lucía Díaz, Blockflöte


Johannes Ciconia (ca. 1370–1412)
Una Panthera

Pilar Lucía Díaz, Blockflöte
Petra Szovák, Blockflöte
Dominika Pas, Blockflöte


Qigang Chen (geb. 1951)
Instants d´un Opéra de Pékin. Ouverture Symphonique (Europäische Erstaufführung)
(Bearbeitung für vier Akkordeons: Na Song)

Marija Antunovic, Akkordeon
Bogdan Laketic, Akkordeon
Na Song, Akkordeon
Grzegorz Stopa, Akkordeon


Ehsan E. Shanjani (geb. 1987)
Disciple für zwei Violinen (2018)

Solvejg Sulamith Wilding, Violine
Lalita Svete, Violine


Changjun Xu (geb. 1957)
PHOENIX für Akkordeon und Ensemble (Europäische Erstaufführung)

Djordje Davidovic, Akkordeon
Olesya Stankevych, 1. Violine (KM)
Lana Trimmer, 1. Violine
Clara Gris Sanchez, 1. Violine
Roberto Racz, 1. Violine
Moena Zushi, 2. Violine (STF)
Lalita Svete, 2. Violine
Deniz Uysal, 2. Violine
Firangiz Abdullayeva, 2. Violine
Chia-Chun Hsiao, Viola (STF)
Ignazio Alayza, Viola
Javier Honores Nunez, Viola
Xenia Sagat, Violoncello (STF)
Mija Risteljic, Violoncello
Zeemin Nam, Violoncello
Angelica Martinez Cruz, Kontrabass
Florian Dragomir, Kontrabass
Andreas Felber, Schlagwerk
Mathias Nothmüller, Schlagwerk
Dirigent: Roberto Secilla Quiros


Born in Hefei, Anhui Province, China in 1957, Professor Changjun Xu graduated from Anhui Arts School in 1978, studied and graduated from the Composition and Conducting Department of Shanghai Conservatory of Music in 1986, and completed his graduate study in Central Conservatory of Music in 2000. In 1995-1996, he studied in Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi di Milano, Italy. In 2001 he visited Columbia University, USA, as a visiting scholar, and in 2007 he became the first Fulbright research scholar at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA.

His major musical works include: Swords for solo liuqin, Ji (Solitude) for chamber ensemble, symphonic cantata Our Motherland, Jiang Xue (Snow on the River) for a cappella mixed voices, song cycle Colored Map, art song Yellow Land’s Love, Yellow River’s Soul, concerto Phoenix for Yangqin and Chinese orchestra, Reverie of Matsu, Dragon Dance, and Fusion (all for Chinese orchestra), Pipa concerto A Tour in Yunnan, Rhapfest for orchestra, concerto Phoenix for Yangqin and symphonic orchestra, symphonic poem Snowy Plateau, symphonic sketch The Beautiful Tianjin, among many other works. His works have been awarded many times, and he was selected into Who is who in China:1988. He published a number of papers and translations; his doctoral dissertation 13 Sequences by Luciano Berio was nominated for “Elite Doctoral Dissertations” by the Ministry of Education, China, and was published by the Publishing House of Shanghai Conservatory of Music. The graduate theses and doctoral dissertations that he directed are ranked “excellent” in Central Conservatory of Music.

He served as assistant to the president of Central Conservatory of Music (CCOM) in Beijing from 2002 to 2004 and vice president of CCOM from 2004 to 2010. Since June of 2010 he has been the president of Tianjin Conservatory of Music. During his tenure in Tianjin, he founded “Tianjin May Festival” in 2011 and has successfully held five sessions till 2017, which has produced positive and far-reaching social influence; and has become a well-known cultural event of Tianjin. As an administrator of art academy, he has always been committed to improving the quality of talent training and promoting international exchanges and cooperation. In particular, he and Prof. Joseph Polisi, president of the Juilliard School, started in August 2011 to explore the establishment of the Juilliard School’s first joint educational institution other than the New York campus. Currently, he is also serving as the first chancellor of Tianjin Juilliard School.

Termin
Mo25.03.201919:00
Veranstaltungsort
Musik und Kunst Privatuniversität der Stadt Wien, MUK.podium Johannesgasse 4a 1010 Wien
Kartenpreise
Eintritt frei
Changjun Xu
Changjun Xu

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